The 15-acre Myriad Botanical Gardens has served as an iconic landmark in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, since its original development in the late 1980s. More recently, the urban park – like many throughout the United States – had gone underused, in need of refreshed spaces and new ways to attract visitors.
After almost 10 years of planning, the city of Cleveland, Ohio, has cleared out two blocks of Ontario Street to make the 10-acre Public Square greener, more beautiful and more usable for people on foot, rather than cars. The project reflects Cleveland’s desire to reinforce the recent surge in downtown’s residential population by making the urban core more walkable and livable.
May 14, 2015 in products